The briefings will simulcast on Periscope and Facebook, and will be archived after the fact for those who are unable to view live. Citizens are encouraged to participate online. Questions will be taken from the public via Facebook and Periscope comments sections and will be answered live.
“Access to accurate, relevant information is key to helping people feel safe in their communities,” said Mayor Day. “We have always striven for transparency—whether by leading the way as one of the first agencies to voluntarily embrace body camera technology, or by having the Chief of Police and other City leaders meet with stakeholders in neighborhoods throughout Salisbury—our goal has been cooperation and the open sharing of information. Now we are ready to lead once again, as we become one of the first municipalities to establish this sort of interactive dialogue with our citizens over live stream.”
WHAT: Weekly Safety Briefing
WHEN: Tuesday mornings at 10:00 a.m.
Publishers Notes: If you attempt to view any of this on your cell phone it will immediately wipe out all of your data. If you try to watch it on line it gets extremely annoying as it lags so often it just ticks you off.
For a guy who claims SBYNews doesn't get the traffic we say we do, he sure is going through a lot of trouble to act like President Trump, which is perfectly fine with me because no one will watch what Jake has to say anyway. By the way Jake, I don't know who you are trying to impress but I saw your press conference yesterday and the first thing a female said to me is, why does he wear spandex dress pants. Too damn funny, but true.